Tea Beauty Hacks

Pink Roses & Chamomile Bath Tea

pink roses & chamomile bath tea

Nourish your skin from the inside out. This hydrating, violet-hued herbal infusion contains a proprietary blend of botanicals that can help improve your complexion. Indulge in a bedtime beauty ritual with this relaxing and aromatic chamomile and rose tea.



  • 1 cup of rosebuds
  • 1 cup of rose petals
  • 8 drops lavender essential oil + 8 drops jasmine essential oil + 8 drops orange essential oil
  • ½ cup of Epsom salt
  • Lemon juice
  • Hibiscus and chamomile tea - we recommend Beauty Sleep - The Republic of Tea for this beauty hack!


In a bowl, mix the salts, lemon juice, and essential oils together. Then, gently stir in the salts and essential oils into the bowl of flowers. Scoop the mix into a reusable cotton bag, cheesecloth, or muslin bag. When you’re ready to use your bath tea, directly hang the bag under the faucet for the water to soak up all the tea before entering the bath, or place it in the bath directly in the tub. Soak it all in.

Looking for more soothing chamomile self-care tricks? Try out our Chamomile Rosacea Compress tutorial!

If you try this tea hack at home, be sure to share a photo, tag us and use #SipsbyTea!


Get ready to glow! These teas will make you feel that fresh, sunshine-y summer glow that’s all around us this time of year. Drink it all in, and feel yourself start to radiate from the inside. The Glow Tea Box also includes a simple tea-infused face mask recipe you can make at home to give your skin that dewy summer glow to match.

2 Comment

Hi Sophia! Yes, dried rose petals have the same naturally soothing and hydrating properties and are safe to use in tea baths, as long the petals do not contain any artificial scents or chemicals.

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is it okay if the rose petals are dried? Could it still work the same

Sophia Evans

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